This is an OK place, and nicer than many in Yuma proper. However, if you are staying here and need access to the outside world, be prepared to be disappointed as the internet access is very iffy. The staff in the office blamed this on the phone company which provides service. That's fine, but to then say that they have had a number of complaints but they haven't bothered to call the ISP means that they really don't care that their customers are inconvenienced. So not a bad place to camp, but service is spotty. And if you are parked in the extremities, know that it is a LONG walk to the office, pool, garbage, etc. And if you want to ride your bike into Yuma, you will have to ride all the way through Winterhaven. The only other route into town is on I-8.
This is an owner-operated park that is one of the most pleasant we have stayed in. The washrooms are spotless, the grounds charming and well-tended. The sites are generous in size. Access to Missoula is easy. Occasional train and highway noise does not spoil the atmosphere in this place.
This is a pleasant Park situated just off Hwy 3, but quiet. The staff (owner) was helpful and friendly. If you need groceries, it is a three mile ride down the hill into town. We found it a great spot to explore the surrounding area: Christina Lake and Nelson are not that far away.
This park provides excellent value. We were met by the camp host, and never been helped more to set up. Our site was clean and close to the excellent and clean hot tub and mineral spring pool. This is being submitted while we are here for a month's stay: cannot understand some of the negative reviews posted about this park. Like everywhere else in this region, be prepared to batten down the hatches if the wind comes up!